Global Meat News To Host Vegan Protein Conference As Consumer Tastes Change

The pro-meat publication is hosting the one-day event which it describes as a 'global platform to learn about plant-based proteins from different international markets'
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Major pro-meat publication Global Meat News is hosting a plant-based protein conference this Summer in Amsterdam.

The event will feature a number of presenters - including vegan entrepreneur Heather Mills as the keynote speaker - during the full-day event on 26 June 2019, which is preceded by an evening networking session on 25 June.

Talks on the day include The science behind plant-based proteins; Manufacturing of plant-based proteins; The transition from traditional meats to plant-based; and How plant-based diets can change lives (by Mills).

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According to Global Meat News: "[This event will highlight the latest developments and barriers in the rapidly expanding plant-based protein market.

"In our annual survey, participants revealed that six percent of alternative proteins affected their businesses during 2017, and 61 percent were in favor of seeing more content on alternative proteins in the future.

"Join us as we bring together plant-based protein experts from across the globe to present a range of topics on the growing trend, as well as how it will influence the future opportunities of the international meat sector."

You can find out more about the event here

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